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. we are following breaking news in oakland. a firefight is right now underway. we will have the latest information for you. and why crews are having a lard time putting it out. >> i am truly devastated. >> we are all heartbroken and will miss him dearly. >> remembering a tsis a officer killed. the victim's wife opens up publicly. >> drews prepare to remove
sections of the old bay bridge. "mornings on 2" starts now. . welcome to "mornings on 2". it is sunday, november 3rd. >> i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> look at how our sunday is shaping up, rosemary. >> this is the coast into the valleys. not as cool in some areas and has to do with the wind. we have wind blowing in the hills and can't fill it out this hour. >> still continuing with breezy conditions for some and the wind advisory now scaled back to include the north bay hills. we have added the delta areas. >> i will highlight what this means for you. >> we will talk more about the wind blowing outside the door this morning coming up. we begin this sunday morning out of oakland. this is the large picture and
you can see smoke will lying from the fire there located at 11th street. and we were told the flames came from the roof of one building and that two other homes may be threatened in the area. the fire started 30 minutes ago. and has gone from one to two alarms. stay with us as we have a crew headed to the sign right now and we will have a live report there shortly. thousands of people will gather at theaway palace for the gun show. >> last year it attracted 100,000 people and this is the first since jerry brown vetoed a bill that would have ended all gun shows at the venue. it has been more crow he verse shale following the shooting at lax, flight operations at lax are normal after friday's deadly shooting and they have included murder of an officials
officer against paul ciancia: he could get life in prison or be sentenced to death. they have still not talked to him as he remains unconscious in the hospital after being shot four times. >> we did recover a note at the crime scene. in that note, he indicated his malice and anger towards the tsa officers. they are checking whether a roommate unwittingly drove him to the airport. they describe ciancia as a loan are and in hopes of piecing together the sequence of events. the wife of the victim said he took great pride in his job. >> he enjoyed his interaction with the passengers at lax. >> he was born in he will
salvador and would have turned 40. the couple was married on valentine's day 1988. two others were wounded while two other people were injured running from the scene. this weekend, the 100-foot pylons are lit up in blue to honor hernandez, the first officer to be killed in the 12 year history. >> they are also wearing black bands over his badges in his memory. >> the transportation security administration will review his policy in the wake of the shootings. the head of the tsa said agents are the first line of defense and said he will do everything possible to make sure something like this does not happen again. he did not say whether or not he wants agents to start carrying weapons. >> they boarded a blue jet flight and removed a passenger. this happened after they told the flight crew. they are making threatening comments. they won't tell us what the
comments were. and he did show signs of intoxication. >> a check of the aircraft turned up nothing. happening right now, the start of the new york marathon, the race is actually broken up in several divisions. the top male and female runners began just 47 minutes ago. >> 30,000 runners will be going through the borrowing. and it -- boroughs and security has been tightened in light of the boston bombing. and there are more than 1400 cameras with surveillance helicopters and bomb-sniffing dogs. in the bay area, they started the half marathon in san francisco. the run kicked off a few minutes ago. it carries through the field and presidio. and some of the money raised will go to saint jude research hospital. we have more on a crash
that killed a pedestrian in richmond. chp said the male victim was running through traffic across the westbound lanes of 580. he was hit and killed which one car just before 10:00 p.m. it took them two and a half hours to close the scene and reopen. there was a show in oakland. as you can see, cars are doing donuts. this is around 1:00 in morning. >> people in 50 to 60 cars are out there watching and everyone at the scene said a police screws ircame by and started flashing its lights. no arrests. >> they were installing new power lines in no. >> and that is -- in novato and they did have to close down both sides of the street.
but that did not cause any serious delays. >> chp is launching a campaign to warn drivers the dangers of drowsy driving. >> according to the safety administration, drowsy driving causes more crashes each year and more than 1400 deaths. chp said driving while tired can have the same results as driving while drunk. >> the old eastern pan of the bay bridge will come down. they report sections will be rae moved next week. they began the demolition process after the opening of the new span on labor day weekend. some asphalt from the upper deck were also removed already. cal tran said it will need # years to take down the entire bridge at a cost of $240 million. >> all right. your time now is 707. it kicked up like rosemary said it would and very unhappy
people would go back tomorrow and tell rosemary we want better weather. >> oh, she is right. and we don't like that she is right. it is cold. >> i don't like the wind either but i don't like when i am p wrong. >> we actually had the wind kick up in the north bay hills and some of the east bay. and it didn't materialize in some areas. and because of it, the wind advisory has been shifted to some areas. and eliminated from others. i will show you that in just a moment. >> first, giving you look at mostly clear skies and towards san francisco. isn't that a beautiful shot. when you joined us yesterday morning, the low clouds had returned to the coast and inside the bay. because of the wind, we are not seeing any low clouds this morning. >> temperatures also up in some areas. point be you directly to where. >> novato, a breeze blowing through the area. and up by four to 8 degrees.
and this is 10 degrees warmer than where we were yesterday. >> you have to consider the wind chill factor and it is going to feel cool out this. and the numbers are up. >> napa, just a degree or two warmer than yesterday. and it is falling within a few degrees of yesterday. and some of us slightly cooler. >> look at the wind here. >> not a lot going on. >> concord reporting calm conditions. and 13 miles an hour. and gusting 18 miles an hour. >> but, it is in the hills where they are blow he go. >> most of us not feeling it. >> 15 big rock. >> 26 in the north bay hills. we have got, i should say. 26 in the oakland hills. and we have got 25 in the southern portion of the oakland hills and mount diablo reporting 20 miles an hour. >> the wind continuing for today and the wind advisory is actually for the north bay and for the delta straight. and this is going to include
vallejo. and convenient nearby shah. and they will bump -- convenient nearby shah. and that is the area where we will see the strongest winds. and we continue with the pattern. >> passing to the east. and we will see cooler temperatures for today. breezy conditions and some win off the coastline this morning. i expect some of the clouds will come know the bay area. little bit later for the second half of the day. >> dropping off a few degrees. >> mix of sun and clouds out there. and the breezy conditions for some. >> mid-60s. >> and for brentwood. and you have 69 in san jose. and 68 degrees in and about mountain view. and low 60s. for san francisco. >> extended forecast here. and with the weekend in view. >> going to cool off just a bit. >> more of the same. the wind will begin to die
down. >> get into tuesday. we are warmer. and mid week, wednesday. >> yesterday, we were minking the possibility of a few scattered showers. >> that doesn't look to materialize. we may see a better chance come into next he can wind. and we have dry weather and temperatures in the 60s. we will have a weather time line for you coming up. >> they are getting ready to host the philadelphia eagles at home. raider resist looking to get 4-4. and hoping to keep the momentum from last week's wins from the steelers and make the push. >> the eagles coming with a the 3-5 record. and kickoff set for 1:05. "mornings on 2" will end at 9:00 to bring you the cork. -- the coverage. >> what their kids are being asked to do after recess that
has them so upset. >> parting ways. barry zito is a free agent. how much it cost the giants to say good-bye. >> we continue to follow breaking news. you can see the smoke from the middle of your screen. that's where they are continuing to fight a major fire. >> it is on 11th street. >> it is on the way to the scene. we have the latest coming up on mornings on two.
you out of oakland. we have been telling you about the fire where thick black smoke could be seen. and allie rasmus has arrived there and allie rasmus, what can you tell us? >> reporter: back audio difficultieses [. >> all right. allie rasmus reporting there in oakland at the scene of the structure fire having some problems with her audio. we will fix that and get back to her. >> funeral arrangements underway for an african-american said daly city teacher. >> they gathered to pay respects to michael lansbury, he died while trying to stop an it 12-year-old.
those who attended yesterday's viewing say he was more than just a teacher. >> he died protecting people. he went out as a hero. >> he shot and injured is two other students. a man is recovering after being shot at a state university. it happened around 10 owe he clock. one or more people began fewerring guns near mccain hall on campus. >> according to the website, it was put on a temporary lock down and the victim was considerable distance from the gunman when he was shot. he received serious wounds. and they are not considered to be life threatening. the gunman have not been identified. some elementary school
parents are upset about a process at school. >> the freeze position. it requires students to pend down. put hands on knees and freeze at the end of recess. >> some saw it helps students to come down before returning to class. others say the position is victimizing. >> why are we preparing our children to take a sub miss sieve position for the future. >> my daughter is bent over in an assume position. he she can be like that for 10 minutes until you get others to bend over and freeze. >> it has already been discontinued in one school and it is still taking place at an elementary. >> it is for parents against the policy. the troubled federal healthcare policy is back up and running. it went off line for what is called extended maintenance. >> the enrollment tools. and numerous problems since it went live on october 1st.
>> the obama administration said it hopes to have it operating by the end of the month. kathleen sebelius was the butt of a political joke. she was there to talk about the healthcare act and presented her with the book. websites for dummies to poke help. she quickly passed the book off to an aide without commenting. it is a first for west point. >> it hosted the first wedding for two men. this is a picture of larry chote iii and his couple. >> they he met through a friend after graduation. back in 2012, they hosted two same sex weddings but they were both women. hall mark is apologizing for changing the wording of on
a well nobody ornament. it says don we now our fun apparel. >> it should say don we now our gay apparel. >> they have received negative comments about the change. and she said no one was ever oftenned by them and so shouldn't have been changed. this is the website trip adviser and rated them number 2 for favorite restaurant insist the u.s. >> it is at north point street and number 1 is glickio and sons which is in new york city. they expected to be away from the field. and fox went to the hospital after getting light ha headed during a round of golf. >> they under went heart surgery and the broncos had not immediately named the interim coach. they parted ways with barry zito. giants held an option as part
of a seven year, $126 million deal. but instead they will pay a $7 million buyout. he was added to the list of free agents along with outfielder and dress torres. >> -- anderes torres. >> the competition between the two departments will be held on the 11th. all proceeds will go to the bay area chapter of the make a wish foundation. >> they are hoping to raise $21,000. tickets cost $15. san francisco is going to be transformed into gotham city. how the caped cruise sayder is going to make a little boy's dream come true. >> cool dry air fill knowing the bay area for the second half of the weekend. we will have a look for what you can expect coming up. ♪
. theale are adding another show he. the second show will be of held january 1st. the tickets go on sale november 9th. anticipation is rising as the official rising of the of casino nears. last night the highway patrol gave them a small taste of what is to come. >> use alternative routes. and hop off and the only exit you know. >> look and that will help avoid a hawk for you. possible traffic collision. you know. >> this is a large casino with 3,000 everybody poker machines and table games. some estimates say the casino
could put 40,000 cars on the road each day. they are not sure what the impact will be until it opens. san francisco is going to become gotham city in two weeks. >> the make a wish foundation will transform the city and it is happening for that guy, 5-year-old miles. his wish is to be a super hero. it will include him riding in bat mobile. rescuing a damsel in distress and giant's mascot lucille. if you would like to participate or donate. find out more and look understand web links. >> if you haven't done so already. turn the clocks back. grab a little light jacket. it is a little chilly out there. >> tuesdays ranging in the 50s. to the low 40s. we have wind and that will add to the chill as well. >> wind advisory continues for the north bay hills and could reach 40 miles an hour.
also includes the delta region and that is to be aware of and the national weather service in sacramento handles that area. and that will last until late in the afternoon. showing you here, temperatures are rolling back from yesterday. some of us a little cooler. little breezy. and as you get out the door this morning. few areas in the north bay reporting upper 30s. areas like napa are gusty. breezy for some and temperatures in the upper 50s. then for the lunch hour. >> upper 50s. 60s at the bay. mix of high clouds in the sky. for tomorrow, more of the same. winds do begin to die down. >> tuesday, wednesday, quiet. cooler on thursday. at this point it doesn't look like we will get any rain. back to you. petco is holding an adoption clinic. it runs until three in the
afternoon. dozens of dogs and catses are available for adoption. >> it will also feature reptiles and chinchillas. >> they say there are millions of animals in need of a good home. common ground as a new contract between bart and its vendors move toward approval. why they say it is a good deal. firefighters are working to put out a fire in west oakland. we will have a live update coming up.
. we are following breaking news in the east bay. there you are looking at firefighters on the scene of what appears to be a large house fire in oakland. good morning and welcome to "mornings on 2". i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. >> firefighters got the
call about an hour ago. right now. they remain at the scene of what is now a 2-alarm house fire. allie rasmus is rough right there in the middle of the scene with the latest. allie? >> reporter: well, the battalion chief said it is under control. it as one story building the juan point it is 2-alarm fire.
you can see smoke coming from the bottom of the house. the chief said he thinks it was concentrated in the basement of the home. no he one was hurt. this house is abandoned. and has been for the last three or four years. also, a fire here three or four years as well. this is the first time it happened. the concern is that the fire would spread to the houses next door. some trees nearby and the homes are very close
together. firefighters said initially. they figured no one was in the home and no one lived here any more and they were working to make sure the flames didn't spread. they used this ladder here. they have the ladder head directly offer the building for awhile. now, you can see they moved it back. there is still smoke coming from the basement. the battalion chief out here said because it is concentrated in the basement. there are concerns that it was too dangerous for the firefighters to go into the building. that's why they are using the
ladder trucks and again, the home was abandoned. and no one was injured. in fact, we were driving out here across the bay bridge heading east. you can see the flume of smoke from across the bay. we have he checked the firefighters. they have paramedics out here and no one is injured. this is a 2-alarm fire at one point that is under control. it is not fully extinguished yet. it is possible this may have been started by a squatter. someone light ago fire possibly to keep warm. but they said they won't know the answer until it is fully extinguished. >> allie rasmus, channel 2 news. here is a look at some of the other top stories we are following for you this morning. a pedestrian was hut and a pedestrian was hit. the male victim was running through traffic against the westbound lanes of 580.
he was hit by at least one car and killed just before 10:00 p.m. it took the highway patrol two and a half hours to clear the scene and open all the westbound lanes. they have now filed charges including murder against a federal officer. this is against paul ciancia. he is accused of tilling can tsa agent and he could get life in prison or be sentenced to death. tense moments, they boarded a jet blew flight from long beach and removed a passenger who is accused of making threatening comment the they won't say what they were but he showed signs of intoxication. they will approve the long negotiated contract with the trance employees and the transit unions as well as bart management. >> the new four year deal benefits both sides. it is happy about changes in work rules and has the authority to introduce new
technology without union approval. they are pleased about the 15% and half% increase with the length of the contract and gains on the issue of safety. >> we are looking forward to have tunnels and stations. delight in those. we believe it will make it safe not only for workers but for riders. >> everyone is stuck in 1972 in a lot of ways and our contract is stuck in 1972 and when we fought for was a right to modernize and the right to move ahead. >> it calls for a computerized tracking safety for complaints and clearing mohr brush along the tracks. this came to the forefront after two workers were hit and killed on a bart train during the strike. >> here is another one. they will add dutch doors at every booth. they will also be installed at the oakland coliseum station. >> they will employ $200 a month for healthcare and the
trick grows to 144-dollars a month for the last. >> they include cutting overtime costs and they won't be able to take unpaid leave and then by working on their days off. >> there are new he questions about whether the state failed to oversee a castro valley nursing home. >> the week that valley springs manor was forced to shut down. three inspectors toured the home and jotted down problems such as missing patients and food shortages. however, the paper said. the analyst left without trying to improve conditions. >> after the facility closed. two workers who stayed behind called 911 for help when they could no longer care for the residents. >> a patient who went missing. in santa clara county. edmond bascom is okay and went to the hospital for evaluation. he wandered from the nursing home as it was closing. >> a football player from
heritage high school in brentwood is recovering after getting hurt during a football game. this is a home game against liberty high school. they decided to call an ambulance after the 14-year-old appeared disoriented. he was airlifted to children's hospital. >> they told the costa -- contra costa times that the teen was aler at the time hospital and had a good appetite. the parents of andy lopez are expected to file and lawsuit against the deputy who shot and killed their son. he fired eight shots after the teen refused to put down what turned out to be a replica of an assault rifle. this is expected to be filed tomorrow and then the family will hold a news conference. this is the first step to filing a federal lawsuit. napa police are warning pushes and children about the
dangers of toy guns that look too realistic. >> they warned about playing in public with replica firearms. they tell the newspaper that the department is trying to prevent what happened in sonoma county with what happened there. this went off the cliff at highway one. it happened yesterday south of rocky point road. the car was a head honda accord that was reported stolen. it was 200 feet down a cliff. the driver was pronounced dead at the scene and was not yet identified and closed in both directions for three hours. >> arrest warrant was issued for the man accused of duct taping a mouth, nose and eyes leading to the animals death. this is ramirez lopez. he is responsible for abusing the old dog. animal control officers responded to calls about the dog but by the time they got
there. he already died. >> a warrant is issued for lopez. the relationship between the dog's owner and lopez is unclear. here is christie fields. >> they went to fort mason where the golden gate held a protest about the rules. it is for them to be on leashes. and public comment is open through january 11th. others are scheduled this week in mill valley. san francisco is getting ready to makeover one of the major parks. >> it is going to be renovated in two phases. will close for six months and the other part for sick months. >> it was improved last year and that includes new restrooms. off leash area for dogses.
and beverages to admire the view of the city. >> before coming to the studio, i go outside. it is always dark. and today, it is little bit of sunshine. it felt good seeing the sun comes up earlier. >> make you feel tiery. >> we will -- teary. >> we will show you this in a moment. brilliant view of mount diablo. >> north pay hills. and east bay hills. now the wind advisory for the north bay hills as wells a the of strait. and this is for the afternoon. and into tomorrow morning for others. take a look at the wind advisory, we will start with this. we have it until it monday morning until 9:00. >> santa cruz mountains no longer a part of this. national weather service has decided to it actually eliminate that portion of the wind advisory. now we have proportions of
vallejo. core dealia. and venetia and until 4:00 this afternoon. breezy day in the neighbor. because of the wind we are waking up with clear skies. some of us not as chilly as yesterday either. look at the wind in santa rosa. >> 15 in novato. and not too bad. definitely a breeze there. and there is the santa rosa airport and because of the win, santa rosa 10 degrees warmer this morning. novato, anywhere from eight to 10 degrees warmer this morning. >> the light jacket that mike mentioned, you have to consider the breeze and the windchill factor. >> 38 degrees and big difference here. where they are blowing stronger. and not so much. >> we have 38 degrees. and 52 in half moon bay and 50
in redwood city. this is a chilly 38 degrees outside your door. these are the clouds. i they will be able to migrate over the area. and we will continue with the cool temperatures. >> breezy for some. and mix of high and midlevel clouds. this is the afternoon. starting here by 11:00 noontime. they are moving over the bay area. and down into san jose. then we will be in between. white sky at times. sun sets at 5:10 this afternoon. and we will be with mostly cloudy conditions. with the white sky you may not notice. the cloud will be thin enough and we will get warmth from the sunshine. >> 66 in oakland. >> 65 in hayward and 59 for redwood city. >> 70 degrees for santa rosa. and your extended forecast here with the second half of the weekend still in view. get out there and enjoy it. we will have mild weather for
most. >> low 60s. and around the bay. inland to 70s. and the wind will begin to die out in the afternoon. then temperature it is continuing to warm tuesday, wednesday, quiet weather in the forecast. little cloudier and cooler on thursday. if you see the raiders play. i will have the forecast for you coming up. >> ed lee will be out meeting and talking with people near the twitter bill. and this is market and 10th. spokesperson said it is an opportunity for people in the area to ask them about the ipo which is expected incomes we can. >> ed lee who will not be meeting from officials from twitter. because of the silence period. the. >> it is one of the biggest stock offerings in wall street's period. it will price the initial offering with trading beginning on thursday. twitter is looking to raise a
billion and a and a half. and analysts say it will not flood the market and it will exceed supply and consequently raise the twice. >> studying the new cannon ball run record. how they had a drive to get from new york to l.a. in a day. >> how an old military base will be homes to thousands of new residents. and the union week way. >> recycling. >> we continue to follow the developing news out of oakland. >> take a live look at a house that was on fire. it is now under control and firefighters are walking in there. allie rasmus is in there gathering new information and she will have a live report coming up.
. beautiful shot over the golden gate bridge. >> compare the numbers coming up. developing news in oakland. you are looking at a live pike tour of a house fire that is now under control of 11th street is and willow. that is near 880. the fire started around 620 this morning. firefighters saw flames coming from the roof of the home. fearing that the fire may spread to another by structures. they issued second alexander lance armstrong. and allie rasmus is live well not live. but she will have a live report coming up in the half hour. they he accused the united states of sabotaging peace talks by killing a taliban leader. don't strike killed the top man
in pakistan. he was wanted for bombing an american base in afghanistan the and a foiled bombing attempt in times square. the new government which took office in june is pushing for peace talks with the taliban to end the conflict in the country. they called the drone strike murder to the peace effort. united states is demanding reform it is from egypt. john kerry is in cairo for the highest level talks since the ouster of pakistan's first democratally elected president. >> hundreds of million dollars of dollars in aid rehe moved mohamed morsi. and it is scheduled to start tomorrow. population boom is headed to contra costa county. they started closing navy bases in the area and there were high hopes of what would replace them. progress is slow and as ken wayne reports, concord is
shaping up to be a much different story. it is a rare sight in the densely populated bay area. >> open space and open canvas for developers. >> the weaponses station was the last of the major bay area military installations to close t while redevelopmentcontinues at hunter's point. alameda. treasure island. bases that closed year he is earlier. plans are moving quickly -- other base resist still finding their way. >> there is a potential we will be able to accelerate our development faster than the other bases. >> michael wright heads up the project. >> it is going to be a, i think, a real first class place to live. >> residents are going to move into new housing at the site. they will be surrounded by
thousands of acres of open space and parks connected to mount diablo. that is hard to envision. you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. >> dry rolling hills and not that much around. it has one big advantage over other military bases in the area. >> bart. >> that allows us to get people out to the site and address a lot of transportation challenges that hunter's point or alameda and pressure island have. and the transportation is a big limiting factor for them and what they he can do and how fast they can do it. >> big reason the raiders visited the site as a possible stadium location. not that there has been any conversation at all with the raiders. >> i mean. they came out and looked at the site. for us. that was the end of the story.
very many is expected to begin in less than two years. part of the cost could come from what is left behind. concrete bunkers will be pulverized and there are tens of millions of dollarof steel here. >> we have 60 mileses of railroad track out there. and all of it comes from the property. >> all of that will be pulled up and that will still be recycled. >> they have learned from the mistakes learned at other bay area base transitions and so has the hill tier with the timing that could be just right for the rebirth of the old weapons station. >> driving 2800 miles in just 29 hours. >> that is what three men there atlanta did to set a record. they have drove from new york to los angeles. there they are. in 28 hours. 50 minutes and 30 seconds boating the previous record by more than two hours. >> they averaged 8 miles an hour in a mercedes benz in two gas tanks and equipped with
radar detectors and a bed pan. >> well disease has killed 95% of starfish along the west coast. it is called the wasting disease. scientists say they are scram am believing to see what causes it. > >> first, it is white lesions on the animal. then the arms fall off. then in days the starfish disintegrates into go. >> this doesn't seem to affect other sea life. despite its struggles to stay open -- scrambling. and they have been in a battle with the state commission to keep the accreditation. the key to winning that battle is team work. >> we are united. >> you know, we have large challenges and we have got great opportunities and more importantly, we have great people who are willing to roll up their sleeves and get the job done. next month, a delegation
did plans to go to washington for a department of education hearing on the colleges' status. painted faces fill the mission district for the day of the dead procession. more than it a thousand people took part in the events. it includes art, music and thennial parade honoring loved ones it remains true to the latino roots. it has crossed cultural boundaries. >> it is not really halloween or carnival. >> it as celebration. i came back to town. this is always something in my neighborhood. few blocks away. garfield square was filled to honor the dead. they were connecting this life to the next. well, of pixar is celebrating a birthday today. >> to infinity and beyond. >> what one of the company's
top producers say it is like working for the animation company. mostly cool and clear. for some. still breezy. how much longer it will last for parts of the bay area and for the afternoon, coming up. er jack cheese, mushrooms, jalapeños, bacon, tomato and avocado. i call it, "the avocado da vinci". create your om'lart with denny's build your own omelette menu.
. after more than a decade, they have arrived in theaters. the flick is expected to lead the box office bringing in $9.9 million on thursday and friday. this is second and followed bylas vegas. >> numbers won't be releasedded until tomorrow. this is based in alameda county and it is turning 27 years old. >> to infinity and beyond. >> pixar was originally founded by the late steve jobs. >> since then they produced 14
feature length movies. they have pushed the envelope in computer it animation. it is making our lives easier and better. >> pixar is gaining attention for photo realism as seen in the newest animation short. blue umbrella. >> back in 1995, technology was much more limited in their first film toy story. battle as they host the kings last night. green drains one from the top of the arc and ben p mcly more. and midway through and welcome to oakland. nice little dish and andrew dr. says very little with the
classic alley-oop. it is five of eight and 22-points. and it is a 98-87 win. >> dan boyle back with the sharks. they host coyotes. down one and show with the puck wait, waiting. shot goal. and all tied at one. and two o after the over time period. >> they can't stop the coyotes best shooter. >> they win #-2. and they get the single point that keeps them in the single division. 7:56. it is nice and clear outside. thanks to all the wind rosemary said is coming. >> temperatures warmer in some areas because of the wind. now the wind is definitely an issue of course. increases the fire danger and wind advisory lasts until
tomorrow morning for the north bay hills and we will be tracking it for you and in the strait area. those winds gusts could make driving difficult along i-80. take it easy. we will continue to watch it for you. meanwhile, temperatures are cooling off more for the afternoon. three to 5 degrees. here is a comparison. santa rosa and oakland 69 yesterday and 66 today. and few degrees cooler for livermore and san jose checking in with the same and the forecast for the afternoon. 66 in oakland for the second half of the day. it is going to be fairly nice out there. i do expect high clouds over the area. winds from the northwest. generally light and 15 miles an hour. >> 63 in san francisco. and san mateo. and cool day at the it coast. turning partly cloudy for the second half along with the rest of us. he can tended forecast, more of the same for tomorrow. the wind begin to release. they are out of here and
temperatures rebound a subtle warm up there with quiet weather in the forecast. we do cloud up. and unfortunately at this point it adopt look like we will see he much rain. i will have a look at the current temperatures coming up. walnut creek, they say a man robbed a frozen yogurt store and hilled employee at gunpoint. >> we will have a live report coming up. we will show you new pictures of the fire that we just got from a neighbor. [uncle]this is hopscotch,okay?
. a family of six displaced. crews are still trying to extinguish this. >> early morning hours on the street of oakland. this is all caught on camera. >> new details we are learning about the shoot are and the moments before a tsa agent was killed. . good morning, welcome to "mornings on 2". it is sunday, november 3rd, i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. >> happy daylight savings time. i feel great with the extra hour. beall get right over to rosemary. >> good morning, rosemary. >> and the sunny skies helping
as well. into the valley, we have mostly sunny skies and not as cold as bee were because of the wind as well. the cool air will filter into the bay area. it will drop a few degrees and wind advisory remains in the hills for the north bay and now includes parts of the carquinezas well. >> we will look at the numbers coming up. we begin at 8:01 with developing new that is we are following for the past hour. >> this sent thick heavy smoke across the east bay. >> allie rasmus is at the whom. and it is not far from interstate 880. allie rasmus? >> right now. there is still heavy smoke coming from the basement of the home. you have firefighters positioned on the outside of the billing. if you look at the front door. it is over to the left a little
bit and right in the entry way of the home and fire host of positioned down towards the basement. that's where they think the hot spots still are. and not fully ex continuing issued. this is near the intersection of 11th and willow and oakland land. this house is -- oakland. and if you look to the house next door, you can see it was damaged by the flames. >> you see the side wall where the paint has peeled off because of some of the heat on the flames from the house next door. >> three adults and three kids, are now working with the red cross to find a new place to stay. >> we will show you what it looks like earlier this morning. >> this is a fire happening in the house. >> video, a neighbor september to us of the flames. and at what point is the 2-alarm fire. and the concern was that the fire would spread to the homes nearby. this is a very residential
neighborhood. the homes are close together. >> lots of trees and vegetation in the area. >> they really focused on containing the fire. >> we just showed you, it did spread to the home next door. >> i woke up. smoke of coming in the windows. i look. as i am coughing. i hope the door. and people yelling fire, fire. >> i had to get out my whole family. >> three kids. my mom. and at one point the plume of the smoke could be seen far away and from emoryville across the bay. >> they did complain of heavy same-sex couples from the fire. there was an ambulance here at the scene. just as a precaution and the battalion chief said no one was treated. and no one living in the house where the fire started. >> we take you back out here live. you can see the firefighters still out here on the scene. they have the host pointed down towards the basement. and the guy with the orange
visit. >> pg&e is out here to make sure the gas lines and electrical lines to the hospital and the homes nearby have been shout off just as a precaution. >> fire investigators don't know how this fire started. it is fully extinguished and it is possible. and may be caused by fire. and someone inside is lighting a fire. and they will have to see what the investigation reveals. allie rasmus, ktvunfortunate news. they had to break up the side -- ktvu news. couple of cars were spinning in circles around 1:00 this morning. >> people 50 to 60 other vehicles were watching and everybody fled the scene and a police car came by and started flashing its lights. >> we have a pedestrian killed. chp said the male victim was
running across traffic on the westbound lanes of 580. he was struck and killed by one car just before continue p.m. >> took highway patrol two and a half hours to wrap up. and to reopen all westbound lanes. >> police in walnut creek are investigating armed robbery at a frozen yogurt store. this happened it at the of tutti frutti, he demanded cash and the suspect fled on foot. >> a police k-9 tried to track down the suspect and no one was hurt in the robbery. thousands of people are expected to gather at the ever cal palace. and -- at the cal palace. and it attracted several hundred people. this is the first gun show since governor brown vetoed a bill that would end all gun
shows at the venue. it is more controversial following the shooting at lax. >> operations at lax are returning to normal. >> terminal three has reopened. and they have filed charges as well. >> including murder of a federal officer against paul ciancia. >> he is accused of shooting and killing a tsa officer. he could get life in prison or death. >> he was shot four times. he is still in the hospital. >> we did recover a note at the he crime scene. in the note, he indicated his anger and his malice, i would say toward the tsa officers. they are checking to see if a roommate unwittingly drove him to the airport. they describe him as a loaner. >> agents are newreviewing surveillance video in the hopes of piecing together a sequence
of events. >> the tsa officer killed in the line of duty. said her husband took great pride in his job s. >> he was always excited going to work. and enjoyed the passengers at lax. he was a joyful person. always smiling. >> hernandez was born in he will salvador and he would have turned 40. >> the couple was married on valentine's day in 1998. >> two others were also hurt and two people were hurt as they ran from the scene. the pylons are lit up in blue to honor gerardo hernandez. >> he is the first tsa officer killed in the 12 year history. they are wearing black bands over their badges in his memory. they will review the policy on officer is shootings in the wake of the shooting. tsa agents are the first line of queens and said he will do everything possible to make
sure something like this does not happen again. he did not it say whether or not he warrants agents to start carrying weapons. >> the lock down the lax stranded a marine who was trying to make it to his daughter's wedding. >> this is the first time the two met each other in person. >> whether or not he made it. >> tense moments last night. they reported a jet blew flight and rae moved a passenger after another passenger told the flight crew that he was plaquing threatening comments. >> they won't tell us what they were. but he showed signs of intoxication. >> a check of the aircraft turned up nothing. happening now the start of the new york marathon. it is broken into divisions. >> it is 25 minutes ago. >> 40,000 runners will be going through the city's five boroughs. and they have a wheelchair
division. entrants say it is an honor to participate in this marathon. >> it is motivational. it is a great accomplishment. >> it is the best experience of my life. security has been tightened in light of the bombing. >> there are 1500 cameras with surveillance helicopters. and bomb-sniffing dogs. >> meanwhile, runners in the area continue did for the half marathon. >> that is a golden shot. >> it has folks running. those are people crossing the bridge right now. >> the fred sid yo and then they go and make the trek across the bridge and then an absolutely gorgeous morning to do that. and in marin county. >> don't forget it is a game to take on the raiders. >> should be nice weather out there as well. most of us will have mostly
clear skies. and we will see an increase for the second half. i will explain that coming up in just a moment. first, a few of what is happening outside the doors and a look towards the bay area. and san francisco. what a difference a day makes. yesterday at this hour. we were socked in with low clouds and fog. >> and ware enjoying mostly sunny skies along the bay and inland. winds are gusting 15 to 25 miles an hour. in the north bay hills and the east bay hills. and they have decided to dismiss some of the wind advisory areas. and into the mountains. i will show you that coming up in just a moment. >> here where we reside. we know the wind blows in the hills. the winds are generalliful calm and light. >> concord is calm. >> over the north did bay. it is gusting sometimes and your temperatures are warmer. >> i want to show you the
numbers coming up. >> where they are blowing off the coastline. and 12 miles an hour. off the water though and winds are gusting to 20 miles an hour. >> the wind saved again remains. until tomorrow morning. now for the the delta area. and this is lasting until 4:00 in the area. vallejo. cordelia and firefield. and you could have a tough time driving along i-80. and 46 in napa. and yesterday, napa last hour. >> 38 degrees. big jump there because of the winds. >> 52 in novato. and they are 10 degrees warmer than yesterday. >> temperatures remain on the cool side for most of us widespread. upper 40s. to around the bay. there is a look at the system there. and will drive a few clouds away. you could see a hundred miles off the coast and this is the path towards the bay area. and we will have a mix of sun
and mid and high level clouds. cooling off just a bit. >> 66 for oakland and redwood city. and san rafael for some of the warmest locations and they are showing you more of the same for tomorrow. >> winds are finally dying down. >> we are quiet and slightly warmer. >> get into tuesday and wednesday. and back to the desk. well, one of the three women is sharing her details. what michelle knight will share with the well known tv doctor. >> they are dropping the puck for a good cause. big game taking place and who will benefit from the friendly battle.
. welcome back. thank you for joining us this morning. mostly sunny skies over alcatraz and over the bay. we have breezy conditions in the hills and right along the coast. preparations are underway for the funeral of an of teacher that was shot and killed by a student. they will pay respects to master sergeant michael lansbury while trying to stop a middle school student with a gun. they say he was more than just a teacher. >> no, he was -- he died protecting people. >> that is the best thing. he went out as a hero.
jose reyes shot and injured two other people before turning the gun on himself. >> he will continue on the campus as long as students and staff members need it. >> they are recovering for being shot at the a and t state university. >> police say it happened around 10 last night. one or more people will get it done on campus. >> according to the website, it is put on lock down. it was a considerable distance from the gunman and they he received serious wound. the gunman has not been identified. >> one of the passengers stranded during the lax lock down was a retired march even. it was going to be the first time the two had met. >> james smith said he hit the ground the minute he heard gunshots at the terminal and once he was evacuated, he called his daughter in texas saying he might not be able to give her away at her wedding. the two had only found out
about each other a few months before when smith's daughter was given this picture. then show tracked him down on facebook. >> i e-mailed the picture to him and said is this you in a photo with your mom. >> yes, that is me. where did you get that. >> i was like, what am i going to do. i have to tell him he is my dad. >> smith was able to find a flight out of lax and walked into his daughter's life just in time to walk her down the aisle. one of the women kidnapped and held for a decade by ariel castro. michelle knight will detail her experience with dr. phil. for the first time she was talk about the conditions in the house and how she managed to survive. >> he pled guilty and was sentenced to life in prison. he took his own life on september 3rd. there was a recess policy at school. it is called the freeze position. this is the students doing the freeze position which requires
them to bend down. put their hands on the knees and wait until the end of recess. they said it helps students come down before returning to class. some say the position is victimizing. >> why are we preparing our children to take a sub miss sieve position for the future. >> my daughter is bent over in an assume this position. she can be like that for 10 minutes until you get the other kids to bend about over and freeze. >> it is already been discontinued at one school in the follow some cordova but still taking place at navigator elementary. >> the parents are against the policy. hall mark is apologizing for changing the words on one ornament. on the sweater it said don we now our fun apparel. it should say don you we now our gay apparel. these are the words from deck
the halls. >> they have received a lot of negative comments about the change and now said it never should have changed the lyricses -- liar ricks. they host the wednesday forget two men. >> this is larry and his new husband 28-year-old daniel lenox. they tied the got in front of 20 guest goes guests -- they tied the knot in front of 20 guests. they are up and running after it went off light for extended maintenance. website repowers effected applications and enrollment tools. they have had numerous much problems since it went live on november 1st. >> they hope to have it operating smoothly by the end of the month. kathleen sebelius was the butt of a political joke when she
visited a library in memphis, inspect tennessee. but a site senator prented her with the copy of the book, it much websites for dummies. >> she quickly passed the book off to an aide without commenting. this is according to trip advisor. and ranked gary genko for favorite fine did dining reiterants in the united states. it is at hyde and north streets t and another one is galicio and son in new york city. they have parted ways with barry zito. this is part of the seven year $126 million deal. instead, the team decided to pay him with a $7 million buyout. he was added to the list of
free agents. > hockey layers from the san francisco and other fire departments are practicing to battle it out between the two fire departments. it is going to be held november 11th at the cal palace. this is the make a wish foundation. they said hi to me. just so you know. >> firefighters are hoping to raise $21,000. the tickets cost $15. they are getting ready to hostthan game this afternoon. they are looking to get a 4-4 over the eagles and against the steelers as they make a push for the playoffs. >> kickoff is at 1:05. are "mornings on 2" is going to end at 9:00 to bring you coverage of nfl sunday. then stay tuned for the game followed by the point after. >> they said hi to me. >> really. >> they did. >> you are jealous. >> i heard. i am jealous. they are turning into gotham city all because of the
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it includes riding in a bat mobile. rescuing a damsel in distress and saving giants' mascot lucille. if you want to donate find out more on ktvu.com. look under web links. oprah is surprised how successful her yard sale was. it was held yesterday in santa barbara. this was the poster from color purple. price tag was $2,000. it ended up selling more than four. she was surprised they would pay so much for her stuff. >> it would help benefit the academy for girls in south africa. it is a beautiful morning out there. and this is ktvu in oakland. >> the numbers are turning around. we have the temperatures cooler. the cool, dry air continues to move into the bay area and for the north bay hills and now
includes the delta and carquinas straits. and it could last all the way into tomorrow morning. after a look at the extended forecast with the second is half of the weekend in view. slightly cooler than yesterday. still breezy for some. we have wind in the hills off the coastline and wind in and around novato and reporting some be wind and breezy conditions. we have it not as cool as where we started. mid-40s and 50s. continuing with the breezy conditions for some into the afternoon. mid-50s to upper 50s. by 10:00 a.m. for the lunch hour, low 60s around the bay and inland. for tomorrow, more of the same. we will relax for quiet and dry. tuesday and wednesday, cloudy. >> cooler on thursday. no rain. for early starters we will have a look at temperatures outside your door, coming up. no paperwork required.
allie rasmus is live for us this morning as firefighters start their investigation. allie? >> reporter: well, this fire is finally extinguished. and they are patching up some of the hot spots. one of the crew is now it cleaning up their equipment and getting ready to leave. >> there is still some hot spots. smoldering in the home. now the house you are looking at is where the fire started. it has the most damage. you can see the inside of it burned up. but the flames did spread to the red house directly to the left. the house next door. you can see the side wall there. where the paint is peeling and the outside edge of the window is charred and burnt. the flames spread to the house next door. >> two adults and four kids who live there were displaced by the fire. >> they are putting them up for the night. we will show you video of what the fire looked like earlier in
the morning. >> this is video the neighbor sent us. >> this is about the fire that start td around 6:20 this morning. it is near the intersection of 11th and willow in east oakland. at one point it was a 2-alarm fire. and they had 40 crew members out here. the conditions out here made it tough to contain the fire. >> wind is a factor in the fire. it is making it very windy t that's why we had to call 2-alarm. >> 1-alarm saw the conditions and then it spread in the window. >> then i opened up the window and people are yelling. fire, fire. >> i had to get my whole family. three kid, my mom. at one point, it was visible from as far away from the span of the east bridge.
and they chalked that up to the windy conditions. it is out in the area. and some of the people that live nearby. this is a residential area. and complained about the smoke. there was a ambulance out here earlier as a precaution and no one was treated for nome inhalation. >> home you are looking at. >> it is abandoned. and no one living here was affected by the fire. but they did spread to the homes next door. >> the family of six is looking for a new place to stay tonight. >> allie rasmus, channel 2 news. police in san jose are investigating a deadly shooting t happened at 4:30. the victim was shot at least once, family members rushed the victim to the hospital where he died. a suspect is taken into custody and this is san jose's 39th homicide this year. in the coming day, bart's board of directors will hold a meeting to approve the long
awaited contract with the employees. >> they say the new four year deal benefits both sides. bart said it is happy about some changes in work rules and having the authority to introduce new technology without union approval. workers are pleased about the 15 and a half salary increase. and gains on the issue of safety. we are lacking ford to have the continuing and stations, the lighting improved. >> it is for riders. >> we got established in 1972 and everyone is stuck in 1972 in a lot of ways and our contract is stuck in 1972. what we fought for is the right to modernize and move ahead. >> it calls for a computerized tracking system for complaints and clearing brush along the tracks. the union said these came to the forefront after two workers were hit and killed during last
month's strikes. >> they are are now provisions. they will add dutch doors at recovery station bag. >> bullet prove glass will be installed. and they will pay $132 for healthcare the first year and the contribution grows to $144 a month in the last year. changes in work rules involve cutting overtime cost and cannot take unpaid leave and makeover time by working on their days off. >> they are teaming up with pick and pool to help residents removed unwanted vehicles. it is part of the of program called vehicle amnesty days. >> ownership documents are not required. but if you have them, it will speed up the removing process. >> it doesn't it have them longer than 18 feet. they will warn drivers the
dangers of driving drowsy. according to the highway safety administration, drowsy driving causes more than 100,000 crashes a year. resulting in 40,000 injuries and more than 1500 deaths. the chp said drive diagnose while tired can slowdowns the same result as driving while drunk. >> they are installing new power lines in novato. >> it began at 2:00 this morning and continuing through the morning. they did have to shut down both directions of the highway. but it did not cause any serious delays. >> new questions about whether the state failed to oversee a castro valley nursing home. on the week valley springs manor was forced to shut down. they jotted down problems such as missing patients. and food shortages. >> however, they said. >> they left without trying to
improve conditions. two workerses who stayed behind without pay called 911 for help when they could no longer care for the residentses. >> a patient was found in santa clara county. >> edward bass come is okay and taken to the hospital for evaluation. >> he had wandered off as it was closing. a football player from from heritage high school is reinjured. it happened at a home game at liberty high school. they decided to call an ambulance after the 14-year-old and priored disoriented. after one of the plays. he was transported to oakland children's hospital. >> they told the contra costa times. they are not sure if it had a hit to the head. and said. he is alert at the hospital. andy lopez's family are file a federal lawsuit. their son was shot and killed. lopez did not put down what it
turned out to be a replica it assault rifle. >> the family plans on holding a news conference about everything that has happened. >> this is the sonoma county can administration. they are warning parents and children about the dangers of toy it guns that look realistic. >> they warned about playing. and it police captain said the department is trying to restrength what happenthe sonoma county from what happened there. >> making over one of the parks. it will be renovated in two tazes. >> and then the southern part for another six months. >> it was improved last year. and will stay open. it includes off leash area for dogs and p top admire views of the city. >> that is there. if we will turn now to
rosemary for a check on sunday. >> how is the kay shaping up. >> from your windows perhaps. >> plenty of sunshine. >> where we had clouds yesterday. >> we are waking up with a few high clouds and we have temperatures on the cool side. they have rebounded, we will have a look at the numbers coming up. giving awe live look here at the oakland estuary. isn't that a beautiful shot there. >> dealing with clear skies and breezy conditions. >> many of us not freeling it so much. but we do have the wind advisory and they have canceled the advisory for the east bay hills as well as just mountains. they never did materialize and the wind advisory over the north bay hills and i am seeing gusty conditions. and this is petaluma. and pap napa valley. and nownow al -- napa.
and the strait. and they are going to pick up later this morning. vallejo and cordelia and all the small communities in between. >> this lasts until 4:00 in the afternoon. for others, into the morning. >> they are gusting quite strong. and 30 miles an hour. >> also breezy off the coastline. >> reporting 30 miles an hour gusts and i caught a buoy reporting 45. >> they had a gust in the last hour and that helped to drive up the temperatures. >> we will have a look at the temperatures in a moment. >> all reporting gusts to 20. or 25 miles an hour. >> come and cang kerred. >> but they are guesting. and we have got down to assistant street cruz d and it is 52 in oakland. and salve. >> 46 in napa.
>> and bottomed out at 38 degrees and shot up in the next hour with the winds. >> 46 right now. >> 52 in santa rosa. yesterday. in the upper 30s. and now in the low 50s. it is the win. they will eat away the low clouds. and dealing with sunny skies. and we have the northwesterly flow. didn't mean to send it this way t but that way. and we will sea a mix of sun and clouds for the half of your day. >> look what happens by about noontime. we have got filtered sunshine and we settle in the sunset. >> 5:10 this afternoon. >> medication of high clouds. and temperatures for the afternoon. >> 66 in oakland. and 63 for south florida s and low 70s t and for ant work
and 70 degrees in santa rosa. >> still a beautiful day and understand the wind advisory. outside of that, we have little change in store for tomorrow. they will die down for the second half of the day. >> quieter. and warmer. and no rain in sight. >> perhaps. >> that is the earliest chance. >> they are celebrating a birthday. did. >> looking at the animation based powerhouse.
. thank you for joining us. live look there at the mostly sunny skies over san francisco. low 50s. outside your doors. painted faces filled the streets of the mission district for the day of the dead procession. organizers estimate more than 15,000 people took part in the event. it included art, music and rituals like the annual parade. it remains true and they have crossed a cultural boundary. >> it is not really halloween. it is not carnivale. >> it is a celebration. >> i came back to town and this is something that is always in my neighbor. well, just a few blocks
away. garfield square was filled with altars to honor the dead. >> they had stricts connecting this life to the next. celebrations continue to cross the bay in the neighborhood at the festival. >> the event shutdown seven block blocks in the area. >> family friendly event features food and craft. and altars were created there to honor those that passed. >> there were 25 altars all by new artists. this is the san francisco college despite the troubles to stay open. >> on the second day on the job. they were cheering on the rams. and it has been in a battle with the state commission to keep the accreditation. the key to winning the battle is team work. >> we are united. >> you know, we have got some large challenges and we have great it opportunities and more importantly, we have great
people who are willing to roll up their sleeves and get the job done. >> next month. >> a delegation plans to go on the college's status. >> they are excited about a development project on the fast if process. and transferring them has been slow going d. >> and alma daly city. and it is a different sorry in concord. >> it is for 26,000 people and will begin in less than two years. >> it is going to be an i think a real class blast to live. >> the oakland raiders visited the area for a future stadium. >> it is surrounded by acres of open spouse and connected to mount diablo. john kerry is leading the american charge for reforms in
egypt s he ises in cairo this morning -- he is in cairo this morning. >> the u.s. senate spent hundreds of dollars in aid when they removed mohamed morsi from office. movie about the life of nelson mandela is being released in south africa this monday. it is based on his auto biography and shows his time in prison. >> he was discharged from a hospital where he was treated for a lung infection. >> he is still receiving treatment at his home. >> this will premiere here in the u.s. and across the world. >> ender's game has arrived in theaters. >> we are out of time. >> when the aliens first. >> the movie is expected to lead the weekend box office and bringing in an estimated $9.9 million on thursday and friday. >> bad grant pa is going to
fall to second. and followed by las vegas. >> official numbers won't be released until tomorrow. pixar hases released some of the biggest movies ever. and reporter will carr now takes a closer look that is celebrating 27 years in business. >> to infinity and beyond. >> for over 25 years. pixar is pushing the animation envelope. changing the landscape of computer generated films. >> j.p. sullivan. >> they have produced 14 features. amassing numerous award and grossing over $8.3 billion worldwide. just released on dvd monster's university made $742 million alone. with the trailblazer for a new animation technology. >> stop the bus. >> are you casey? >> for this film. it was the enormity of it and
the bizarre sort of unusual rigged characters. >> it wasn't a bunch of people with two legs and slug assist and people with five legs and flying characters and the fact that it was a college movie. we hadn't it done that to have an enormous cast in every shot. >> tonight we party. >> the bulling being of where technology is going here is under the hood. it is stuff that may be the of the audience doesn't see. and making our lives easier and bet are. -- better. and they are set to be released until 2015. ed lee is heading out on the streets tomorrow. all because of the big move anticipated by twitter this week. >> the span of the bay bridge is starting to come down. how long the process will take. it rase clear start
on the back end, ben mclemore and andrei iguodala, welcome to oakland. and the classic holly apologizing and for steph curry. 23-point it is on the night. >> this is a win for the 82-1 warriors. back with the sharks, they hosted the coyotes. nice two on one. and with the puck, waiting. waiting. shot, goal. and they went to a shoot outout. they can't stop the coyotes. and 3-2 is the final. they get the single point and keeps them in first place in the pacific division. >> cal bears looking for the first pack went. >> arizona looking for that. and not for long. >> that is the score there by the wildcats. and in the shot gun. >> a little reverse pivot. and they have two trucks escorting them into the ends zone. >> they hook up again.
>> countdown 12. and they are there on the right. >> watch this. >> you have it right there. >> cal bears lose and it as close one. and it is a touchdown for the final. >> 33-28. and the good old weekender for the sfu fans and they head north to face it cal. ed lee is going to be out and meeting people near the twitter building. >> it is scheduled to begin at 10:00 a.m. >> markets and 10th street. >> his spokesperson said it is an opportunity for the people to ask him about twitter ipo. he will not be meeting with them because of the preipo silence period. it is one of the most anticipated stock offerings in wall street history. >> the social media company will price it's public offering on wednesday with trading then starting on thursday. >> twitter is looking to raise a billion and a half dollars by offering seven and a half
billion shares. and analysts say they will not flood the market and they will exceed supply and that will consequently raise the price. >> now, the eastern pan of the bay bridge will start to come down. >> the report sections will be removed next week. >> they begin the demolition process on labor day weekend. >> some asphalt from the upper deck was already removed. cal tran said it needs it three years to take down the entire bridge d it will cost it $240 million. >> nfl is knocking over on our door. >> we go to rosemary for one more check. >> if you go out to see the raiders play. it is a nice afternoon. still, for the north bay hill he is. it is a win advisory for the straits and those areas are going to see a breeze for today and the gusts will be up today making driving difficulty. widespread 50s.
mostly sunny skies. and we will have an increase for the clouds to move in. any time between noon and one. you may notice those high clouds bringing us the filtered sunshine. >> low 60s. from the coast to the bay and expected inland. >> slightly cooler for so many. few degrees. we will it shave off here and here is a look for the area. >> 68 for fremont. and of 78 nor concord and redwood city. >> it is breezy along the coast as well. >> no wind advisory for the coastline. and off the waters, and the extended forecast did, they budge very little for tomorrow. they begin to relax tomorrow. we have the wind advisory for the hills tomorrow morning. perhaps a little sooner. and we are dry. queer quiet and clouds increase on thursday. >> few degree it is on of wednesday. and about we hope for it to come in on thursday t keeping the rain too far north. >> we do need it.
>> we do. >> that is the report for this morning. he we appreciate you making ktvu for your news. >> they take on the eagles at the coliseum. that is followed by the point after. and the news by five. get updates any time at ktvu.com, twitter and facebook. beautiful sunday morning out there in the bay area. get out and enjoy it. have a great day, everyone.
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